New York, New York 10003
Landmark Condominium at 233 East 17th Street
This 1877 condominium building was converted to condos in 2006. There are 13 units and 5 stories to this prewar building located in the heart of Gramercy Park. There are high ceilings, light wood floors and a part time doorman. There are gourmet kitchens and luxury baths, washers and dryers, dishwashers, new windows and wood buring fireplaces.
The landmark Condominium is close to everything
Nearby there is Gramercy Park, Union Square, Murray Hill and Greenwich Village only blocks away. Gramercy Park is know for its fine ark with private key access and its many great restaurants and fine taverns. Union Square is famous for The Union Square Cafe and The Coffee shop for fine dining and fun atmospheres. Murray Hill has some nice shopping, is close to Grand Central and has Madison Square Park as well. Finally, Greenwich Village is known for everything from it's quaint shops to Washington Square Park.
Some of the finer things at 233 East 17th Street
- built in 1877
- converted in 2006
- 5 stories
- 13 units
- high ceilings
- wood floors
- part time doorman
- wood buring fiereplaces
- gourmet kitchens
- luxury baths
- close to Murray Hill, Greenwich Village and Soho
- near all transportation
For a private tour of this building, contact the Luxury condominium experts- The Eric Janssen Team
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